I have released a new OpenSSL Cheat Sheet version. The version 1.1.
You can download the PDF here: https://albertx.mx/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/The-OpenSSL-Cheat-Sheet-v1.1.pdf
or access the online version, here: https://cheatography.com/albertx/cheat-sheets/openssl/
Release notes for version 1.1:
- Inclusion of openssl command for generating random bytes specifying bytes of length for random data, in “Basics” section.
- Added the command for displaying digital certificates information in Abstract Sintax Notation One, in “Digital Certificates” section.
- Inclusion of command for generating a hash with its output in bytes, instead of hex encoding. This command is under “working with hashes” section.
Recently I have been testing this tool when I work with Java Key Stores or Trust Stores. It’s KeyStore Explorer.
You can always use command line to execute cryptographic tasks in java using keytool library or bouncy castle, however for many daily activities like generating CSR files, creating cryptographic keys or managing several keystores or trust stores, you prefer a more friendly tool. This is where KeyStore Explorer fits in.
It’s support for cryptographic tasks, according to it’s website, is:
And you can handle, compare and manage many keystore files from the main window and explore their content easily:
It is definitely an extraordinary tool that can be downloaded here: http://keystore-explorer.org/